Email Enabled Librairies Report
I would like to find all email-enabled libraries and lists in my on premise Sharepoint. How can I do that? I tried creating a new report but did not find the field available to add.
We understand this need, but seeing as it is fairly trivial to do in SharePoint Management Shell, for the time being we’re concentrating our efforts on more complex scenarios that have no easy alternative.
Dear ShareGate Team,
I'm currently looking for a report to get all libraries with active e-mail setting (incl. assigned mail address) from a site collection.
Unformatunatly I cannot find such report or way to configure.
Can you help?
It would be nice to have the abillity to search and find all incoming email-enabled libraries and lists. We have lots of these but many do not have records and just sit there unknown to SCAs.
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Greetings friends, I'm creating some reports for migration planning discovery and wanted to find out email-enabled lists. I don't see that setting in the report filters for lists. It would be helpful to be able to find those.
Vielka Rojas commented
This will be a very useful feature, to analyze our sites prior migration.
Jonathan Sterner commented
Nathalie, it would be a powerful tool to have a report that shows "Email Enabled libraries". Moving sites and content to SharePoint online is the next big project on my to do list. Only about 400GB of data. The main issue is scoping the impact to the Enterprise. Right now I can run PowerShell from a server with SharePoint installed to get the data, but its a bit harder than running a ShareGate report. Given the migration tool is so powerful, it would be nice to empower the tool a bit more.
Run a report to see who has email enabled libraries configured on a team site.
In the reporting section it would be very nice if we can filter on mail-enabled libraries or even find a library with a specific mail-adres.